Everything You Need To Build A Modular Home In West Virginia


  • The most popular styles of modular homes in West Virginia are the Cape Cod, Ranch, and Two Story Homes. Two Story floor plans lend themselves well to living in suburban areas surrounding larger cities like Charleston, Huntington, Parkersburg, Morgantown, and Wheeling while homeowners in more rural areas tend to favor Ranch or Cape Cod style floor plans.
  • Even the style of the classic Victorian-Era architecture that West Virginia is famous for can be recreated with modular construction. Colonial style prefab homes, while more common the farther south in the U.S. you go, are still common in West Virginia.
  • If you live among some of West Virginia’s picturesque rolling hills and mountains in a more rural area, building modular can help keep construction costs down by limiting the work that has to be done on-site. Just make sure that you can access the build site from a main highway without going over small/old bridges, or roads that wind too much!

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